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From Marc Fromm <>
Subject [users@httpd] httaccess stopped working
Date Mon, 26 Oct 2009 02:48:07 GMT
I have used this htaccess file for quite some time now and it worked, only allowing access
to specific ip addressess.
For some reason the htaccess is not blocking ip addresses outside the ones specified.
I have 'x'ed out the ip addresses and changed the user user name for this email.

AuthType Basic
AuthName "Outside Access."
AuthUserfile /etc/htpasswd
require user user_name
#require valid-user
Satisfy All
<Limit GET POST>
order deny,allow
deny from all
allow from
allow from
allow from
allow from
allow from

Any ideas on what could have changed to so the deny from all is no longer working? Users are
still asked for a username and password. Some posts state to avoid using LIMIT. If that is
correct then what is the better method?


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